Caraway is an aromatic herb that is entirely edible. Usually grown as a biennial, flowers yield to fruit in the second year. We call this fruit seed, and use it to flavor foods like classic rye bread. Read on and learn when and how to harvest the pungent seed for recipes and future crops, right here on Gardener’s Path.
Hardy parsnips, a root crop similar to carrots, can be harvested throughout fall and winter. Slightly sweet and rich in flavor, they’ll liven up soups, stews, and casseroles. To find out everything you need to know to grow this delicious but underutilized vegetable in your garden, read more now on Gardener’s Path.
Sweet fennel is an aromatic and delicious herb, especially when you pick it fresh from your own garden. Learn how easy it is to grow this cool weather crop. Choose bulb and bulb-less varieties and reap bulbs, foliage, and seeds for nutritious and tasty additions to your daily menus. It’s all here, on Gardener’s Path.
Parsley has a rich and storied history, and its substantial health properties and usefulness as a garden herb are timeless. Easy to grow and propagate, this attractive herb is a welcome addition to veggie patches and flower containers, and storage of surplus stock is simple as well. Get all the details on how to grow and enjoy parsley – read more now on Gardener’s Path.
You might think that growing root vegetables like carrots in containers is hard, if not impossible. However, it has become the only way I will grow potatoes or carrots. One large round planter can yield between thirty and forty carrots per harvest; depending on weather, variety, and how many you plant. My favorite advantage is …